To the StackOverflow team -> on your job listing for a software developer, you use the line "Strong opinions about the Lisp programming language, weakly held".
I know about the meaning and origins of the phrase (and fully agree personally), and I could try to assume your answer: "to keep the job listing fun and convey the tone of our workplace", or something like that.
But directly asking is always better, right?
- why the part "about Lisp programming language" specifically?
- am I assuming correctly, and is there something else/more to your using of this line?
One more thing - yes, I am aware that perhaps I should have used the email adress for this question. But it seemed that asking on the meta better keeps with the spirit of this whole (IMO great) thing here.
Thanks so much for your time (and I hope that with this I'm not wasting anyone's).